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From left to right: Drs. Ekaterina Kozaeva, Manuel Nieto-Domínguez and Prof. Pablo I. Nikel.
15 JAN

Meet pAblo·pCasso: A new leap in CRISPR Technologies for Next-Gen Genome Engineering

A new CRISPR-Cas toolkit, dubbed “pAblo·pCasso”, is set to transform the landscape of bacterial genome editing, offering unprecedented precision and flexibility in genetic...

Philip Tinggaard Thomsen who is first author of the publication together with Samir Meramo
30 NOV

Nature's Palette Reinvented: New Fermentation Breakthrough in Sustainable Food...

Researchers from The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability (DTU Biosustain) have developed an innovative fermentation process that produces natural betalain...

30 APR

‘Scientific superstar’ named Honorary Doctor at DTU

As part of the annual DTU Commemoration ceremony, Professor Sang Yup Lee has been awarded the title of Honorary Doctor. The South Korean Professor is a former Scientific...

Smolke Award 2022
11 APR

Christina Smolke is honored for her ‘Herculean effort’

Professor Christina Smolke, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of DTU Biosustain, has been awarded the Novozymes Award for Excellence in Biochemical and Chemical...

28 FEB

Tomorrow’s climate-friendly chemical plants

Specially designed bacteria are used to combat climate change when Danish biotech company Cysbio develops the chemical plants of tomorrow.

11 FEB

Is ‘green’ always good?

Even though the field of biotechnology has always been thought to be inherently ‘green’ or ‘good’ sometimes that isn’t necessarily so. But with the new Sustainable Innovation...

Smoke from a chimney
12 OCT

Fra røg til bæredygtig kemi: DTU Biosustain får 76 mio. kr. fra EU

Et nyt, storstilet EU-samarbejde er netop skudt i gang med en investering på mere end 40 mio. euro. Projektet, PyroCO2, skal omdanne forurenende, industriel røg til bæredygtig...

Bacteria and microorganisms Fermentation Chemistry

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